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Technical Cooperation Priorities and Strategies

2013-08-12 05:00:00

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Diálogo Regional. Estrategias de retención de personal y carrera sanitaria

2012-08-17 15:20:11

 

El Diálogo regional acerca de las estrategias de retención de personal y carrera sanitaria se llevará a cabo del 20 al 31 de agosto de 2012. La participación será vía virtual .

En las sesiones se analizará el contexto regional, las principales estrategias y mecanismos utilizados para la retención de personal de salud; los avances regionales en materia de desarrollo de las carreras sanitarias como parte de los mecanismos de retención de personal de salud; y se revisarán y validarán las  estrategias de cooperación técnica en el ámbito regional, inter-países y/o nacional.

La sesión de apertura está programada el 20 de agosto, a partir de las 10.00 am hora de Washington,DC.

Para mas  información, visite el portal del Observatorio Regional de Recursos Humanos para la Salud.



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Estudio comparativo de las condiciones de trabajo y salud de los trabajadores de la salud en: Argentina, Brasil, Costa Rica y Perú

2012-04-16 16:40:21

El documento reúne los principales resultados de los estudios en Argentina, Brasil, Costa Rica y Perú, en materia de condiciones de empleo, trabajo y salud de los trabajadores de la salud.   El análisis de los datos recolectados, identifican y caracterizan las condiciones de trabajo y salud de médicos y enfermeras en las unidades de atención seleccionadas y los principales problemas; así como la convergencia y divergencia en los resutados por parte de los sectores involucrados.

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PAHO's Human Resources Management (HRM)

2009-11-09 09:27:33

PAHO's Human Resources Management

What is the mission of the Human Resources Management Area (HRM)?

PAHO's Human Resources Management Area (HRM) is responsible for helping the Organization to attract, hire, and retain highly qualified and committed personnel, through the administration of staff rules and regulations, employment contracts, strategic initiatives, staff benefits, and development programs. HRM oversees the contracts of approximately 1,800 people working under different contractual mechanisms in Headquarters and in the countries of the region.

HRM's mission is to serve the Organization and its personnel through timely actions and decisions; clear and consistently applied policies; equitable, transparent and innovative processes; respectful communication and work environment; and actions that promote work/life balance, personal growth, and the well-being of its personnel.

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Who does HRM report to?

Organizationally, HRM is an Area under PAHO's Office of the Director of Administration. The HRM Area Manager reports to the Director of Administration as first level supervisor and to PAHO's Director as second-level supervisor. The HRM Area is part of PAHO's management structure and, as such, does not act independently but is accountable to senior management within the Organization.

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What is the level of authority of HRM?

As part of its role in the management of PAHO's human resources, HRM is responsible for certain aspects of PAHO's conflict management processes, including:

  • Counseling and assisting personnel (including management) with respect to preventing, managing and resolving conflict;
  • Working with other members of PAHO's Integrity and Conflict Management System to ensure effective conflict management;
  • Participating as a member of the ICMS Coordinating Committee
  • Advising managers and staff members on their rights and obligations under PAHO's Staff Rules, Staff Regulations, and HR policies and discussing how their concerns might best be addressed;
  • Working with PAHO's Staff Association to ensure that the collective and individual rights of PAHO personnel are protected;
  • Representing the Administration before PAHO's Board of Appeal;
  • Taking decisions based on recommendations of PAHO's Grievance Panel;
  • Taking decisions with respect to the imposition of disciplinary measures for violations of PAHO's Staff Rules and Regulations, policies, and procedures.

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What is the level of confidentiality of HRM?

HRM is required to maintain the confidentiality of information and documentation contained in personnel and other HR-related files and will only share such information and documentation in cases where there is a legitimate organizational basis for doing so and only with those persons with a legitimate need to know. In resolving problems, HRM observes the requirements of due process and strives to be objective in reaching decisions but is not considered a neutral body within the Organization.

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Who can use the services of HRM?

HRM is available to assist all PAHO personnel both at Headquarters and in the Country Offices and Centers, regardless of the type or duration of their appointment or contract.

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When should you contact HRM?

You should contact HRM when:

  • You need clarification as to the specific intent or applicability of a particular Staff Rule, Staff Regulation or policy.
  • You would like assistance in preventing an interpersonal conflict or in resolving one.
  • You wish to report inappropriate or disrespectful conduct by PAHO personnel directed at you or at others.
  • You wish to know your rights under PAHO's Staff Rules, Staff Regulations, policies or the specific terms of your contract.
  • You believe your health or well-being has been affected or is being affected by conflict or inappropriate behavior within your workplace.

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How can HRM be contacted?

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